In a Muslim stronghold a terrorist sponsoring mosque was shut down by French police so in response the Muslims simply took to the streets and continued their daily prayer by blocking roadways, limiting access to stores, and shutting down entire blocks.
As leftists continue to lose more and more on a daily basis is Trump's policies continue to rollout in Congress continues to pass laws that rollback some of the horrific bills that the Obama administration passed along with her liberal Congress, leftists are becoming more enraged and more violent we now know that even in Minnesota college Republicans are receiving death threats from liberals.
Three Pittsburg moms are taking on Islamophobia with “Barbie-compatible” headscarves in an effort to teach children to be more inclusive by exposing them to doll-sized hijabs.
Gisele Fetterman, Safaa Bokhari and Kristen Michaels created Hello Hijab to encourage inclusivity among the next generation.
“They will see it as a kind memory from their playtime, and then they will grow into a kinder generation, being used to playing with dolls that look different to them.” Fetterman explained.
Fetterman came up with the idea when she noticed none of her five-year old daughter’s dolls looked like many of her Muslim friends. Enlisting the help of her friend Safaa Bokhari and Pittsburg non-profit For Good, Hello Hijab was born.
College feminists are proving yet again just how classless they truly are by sending a massive vagina full of letters from angry feminists in hopes he will actually take them serious after their publicity stunt. Let's hope he burns it on the front lawn of the White House as a response to their stupidity.
An anti-Israel student group took to social media earlier this month to honor “Palestinian martyrs” killed while carrying out terrorist attacks against Israelis.
In a Facebook post on March 12, the New York City chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (NYC SJP) shared an Arabic-language video commemorating “the work done by Palestinian female fighters.” The video was originally uploaded to social media by Pulsetine, a non-profit organization that claims to “tell the story of Palestine.”
One of the “martyrs” highlighted in the video is Fatah female suicide terrorist Dalal Mughrabi, who took part in the 1978 Coastal Road Massacre. Mughrabi was among a group of terrorists who hijacked a bus and opened fire on passing traffic. After Israeli forces stopped the bus and entered into a gun battle with the perpetrators, Mughrabi blew up the bus with a grenade, killing 38 Israelis, including 13 children.
Greg Piatek, 30, an accountant from Philadelphia, claims he was snubbed and eventually 86’d by workers at The Happiest Hour on West 10th Street over his conservative fashion statement, popularized by Donald Trump on the campaign trail, he told The Post.
The “big three” networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC continued their shameful blackout into Wednesday night of the horrifying alleged rape of a teenage girl in a Washington D.C. suburb high school bathroom by two men, including one here in the U.S. illegally. Instead, the pathetic liberal media that’s shown no interest in the Rockville High School case complied with Rolling Stone in giving over 10 minutes of coverage in two days to the fake 2014 claim that a University of Virginia fraternity gang-raped a female student.
During MSNBC’s live breaking news coverage of the suspected terrorist attacks in London on Wednesday, NBC News reporter Matt Bradley reported via phone from the British capital and was more worried about the violence helping conservative politicians than he was about the victims: “We've seen this rise of a kind of a right-wing movement here and throughout Europe. And this is only going to put wind in the sails of those who would say that this is an issue that needs to be looked at, that needs to be examined in terms of refugees.” Desperately trying to downplay any possible connection to Islamic terrorism, Bradley touted: “But it should be noted, that MI-5, which is the domestic intelligence agency and police agency for the UK, they've come out and said that there is no terror link so far.” Anchor Ali Velshi replied: “Yeah, good point. They’re saying that it's too early to say, certainly, that it isn't, they’re still trying to get it locked down.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan continued a row between European governments and Turkey, saying Europeans will not be able to safely walk on the streets if they persist in their attitude against Turkey.
Speaking during a meeting of the Anatolian Publishers Association in Ankara on Wednesday, Erdoğan said, “Turkey is not a country you can push around, not a country whose citizens you can drag on the ground.”
He was referring to Dutch police who forcefully dispersed Turkish demonstrators in Rotterdam on March 11 following the expulsion from the country of Turkish Minister of Family and Social Policy Fatma Betül Sayan Kaya after she was prevented from holding a campaign rally at the Turkish Consulate General residence in Rotterdam.
“If Europe continues this way, no European in any part of the world can safely walk on the streets. Europe will be damaged by this. We, as Turkey, call on Europe to respect human rights and democracy,” he said.
Turkey’s relations with various European countries have recently become strained due to the cancellation of rallies planned to be attended by Turkish ministers in order to seek the support of Turkish expatriates for a referendum in Turkey on April 16 that will expand Erdoğan’s powers and change Turkey into an executive presidency.
On Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough suggests that—in order to change the headlines and "blow up" the House investigation—the White House "shoved" House Intel committee chairman Devin Nunes in front of the cameras to reveal that communications of President Trump and associates may have been intercepted after the election by intelligence agencies conducting surveillance of foreign targets.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is beloved by many in the liberal press, which is why most are unlikely to point the hypocrisy of his recent rant against America. In a March 18 tweet, the former Democrat presidential candidate scolded America as a nation that “worships wealth” instead of “caring for the poor.” The tweet added “I don't think that is the nation we should be living in.” The liberal media have praised Sanders, a self-proclaimed socialist, as an everyday average citizen concerned with income inequality. Tierney McAfee and Sandra Sobieraj Westfall of People.com called Sanders as a “down-to-earth Democrat candidate” who does his own laundry. CNN politics reporter Gregory Krieg even touted the #Sandersonaplane Twitter hashtag that praised the Senator for frequently flying coach.
On March. 20, far left economic activist Les Leopold wrote for Salon.com that Sanders is the “most popular politician in the United States” because his message about “runaway inequality hits home.” But Sanders isn’t one of the people suffering from income inequality. Fortune.com reported in 2016 that Sanders was in the “Top 4% of Earners,” and has a “six-figure income.” He also owns three different houses. Time reporter Kerri Anne Renzulli said Sanders was “not exactly a man of modest means” and called him “a de facto millionaire.” Though he often rants about the rich needing to pay their fair share, National Review’s Jim Geraghty said Sanders only paid a 13.5 percent tax rate in 2014 — which amounted to a total of $27,653. Yet on Oct. 2, 2016, Sanders told CNN reporter Jake Tapper that “people are angry” because Donald Trump used the tax code to his advantage to avoid paying taxes in the 1990’s. Recent reports showed that, at least in 2005, Trump paid a much higher percentage on his taxes.
In MSNBC’s 10 a.m. ET hour on Wednesday, correspondent Chris Jansing openly cheered on Democrat California Senator Diane Feinstein for attacking Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch early in day three of his confirmation hearing: “Dianne Feinstein certainly went after him on a number of issues that are critical to progressives. Abortion, euthanasia at the top of the list.” After playing a portion of Gorsuch discussing a book he wrote on euthanasia before becoming a judge, Jansing advanced radical pro-abortion sentiment as she warned: “I will refer to the part of the book that concerns a lot of people who believe in the woman's right to choose. ‘Human life is fundamentally and inherently valuable and the taking of life by private persons is always wrong.’”
Florida judges and messing around when it comes to illegal immigrants who committed heinous crimes in the United States. He tells these 2 who just received a life sentence that they'll be deported back to Mexico after they die!
Nothing really needs to be explained here, as you can see these Islamists continue to show their true face on a daily basis. Here they are praising Hitler, while waving flags of Turkey, who's president ironically claimed that German's were Nazi's for not allowing, well, more flag waving Muslims like this into Germany.
Listen closely and you can hear Muslims reciting the Koran openly in the streets of Brooklyn as they take over the streets blocking roadways and keeping people from getting to where they have to go.
In a preview of an interview with Fox News Channel’s Sunday Morning Futures set to air this Sunday, Eric Trump strongly suggested that campaign chairman Paul Manafort was fired by his father Donald Trump, contradicting the official campaign line that Manafort had resigned.
“I think my father didn’t want to be distracted by whatever things Paul was dealing with,” Trump said, likely alluding to the flurry of news reports indicating that Manafort helped lay the groundwork for the Russian invasion of Crimea and also illegally funneled cash to pro-Putin lobbying efforts.
“You know, Paul was amazing. He helped us get through the primary process, he helped us get through the convention, he did a great job with the delegates,” Trump said. “Now you look at [new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway] and some of the other people we’re bringing in, and they’re absolutely fantastic. And I think they’re the ones that are going to bring us all the way through November 8th and ultimately get us the victory.”
“Again, my father just didn’t want to have the distraction looming over the campaign and, quite frankly, looming over all the issues that Hillary’s facing right now,” he concluded.
Host Anderson Cooper first commented on Gorsuch's demeanor during the confirmation process.
"He did seem very calm and sort of collected throughout the entire thing," he said.
Toobin jumped in to discuss Gorsuch's "advantage" at his hearing.
"He has a tremendous advantage in this circumstance," he said. "He knows so much more about everything he's being asked than the senators, and a couple of times it really came back to bite them."
Toobin gave an example of an interaction with Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin (Ill.) before Cooper asked for clarification.
"You know, Sen. Durbin from Illinois–" Toobin said.
"To bite the senators?" Cooper asked.
Toobin clarified before continuing.
"To bite the senators," he said.
Toobin said Gorsuch made Durbin look bad when the senator asked a question that he was ill prepared for.
"You know, tried to confront him with a story that came out about a law school class that he taught where one woman thought he engaged in sexist behavior in the classroom and Gorsuch told the story of how he taught this case out of a textbook and went on to say that his mother was a pioneering lawyer in Colorado," Toobin said.
"And I think completely turned the tide because Durbin broke the cardinal rule, which is you never ask a question to which you don't know the answer."
A reporter pointed out that people were aware of some incidental collection because of General Michael Flynn, and asked if this goes beyond the wiretapping that President Trump had tweeted about.
“It definitely goes beyond what happened to General Flynn. Now, of course, we don’t actually know yet, officially, what happened to General Flynn,” Nunes told the reporter. “We just know that his name leaked out, but we don’t know how it was picked up yet. That was one of the things that we asked for in our March 15th letter, was for the NSA, CIA, and FBI to get us all the unmasking that was done.”
Nunes went on to say that the NSA is being cooperative, but told the reporter, “the FBI has not told us whether or not they’re going to respond to our March 15th letter, which is now a couple of weeks old.”
"Billions" and "Orange Is the New Black" star Asia Kate Dillon sat down with Ellen to discuss paving the way as one of TV's first non-binary gender identifying actors.
Yesterday, a Harvard-Harris poll showed the full scope of the Democratic leadership vacuum. A plurality of people said “no one” was currently leading the party, while two of the politicians who received large percentages were Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, both retired.
Now it appears that this inability to name actual, current leaders doesn’t just plague rank and file Democrats, but their Congressional leaders as well. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was asked by Anderson Cooper who the leader of the Democratic Party was. While that should be an easy question for someone like Pelosi, it stumped her, as she could not name anyone but Obama and Clinton:
“So, if you are and will continue to be a federal judge on the court of appeals, it is interesting to assess how my Democratic colleagues have fared under their own test that it is inappropriate, that it is offensive to somehow malign a federal judge. Former Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on national television, Judge Gorsuch is, quote, “hostile to women’s rights and holds radical views far outside the mainstream of American legal thought.” She continued, quote, “what saddens me the most as a mom and a grandmother is his hostility towards children in school, children with autism.” She additionally went on to say, quote, “if you breathe air, drink water, eat food, take medicine or in any other interact with the courts, if you care about that for your children, he’s not your guy.”
“It is interesting given the Democrats are complaining about people criticizing federal judges. Senator Whitehouse on Monday said, quote, “tellingly, big special interests and their front groups are spending millions of dollars in a dark money campaign to push your confirmation. They obviously think you will be worth their money.” That also somehow falls short of the Democrats’ complaints about criticisms directed at the judiciary. Indeed, Senator Hirono on Monday said, quote, “you consistently choose corporations and powerful interests over people. Ideology over common sense and indeed the purpose of the law.” Senator Durbin, “in case after case you either dismissed or rejected efforts by workers and families to recognize their rights and defend their freedoms.” Senator Franken, “but if the past is prologue, I fear that confirming you would guarantee more of the same from the Roberts courts. Decisions that continue to favor powerful corporate interests over the rights of average Americans.” Tom Perez, the DNC chairman, “Gorsuch on the Supreme Court is Intolerable. Judge Gorsuch would discriminate against a majority of Americans from the bench. The chairman of the Democratic Party charging that a judge would discriminate?
“These are serious attacks. Many of them impugn your integrity directly and yet this is a confirmation hearing. The Founders understood a confirmation hearing would be in the political arena. My colleagues, the Democrats, have a right to engage in whatever attacks they choose, but it is a little rich for them to be maligning a sitting federal judge and at the same time giving speeches about how unacceptable it is for anyone to criticize a federal judge. You can’t have both at the same time.”
Fox News‘ Tucker Carlson eviscerated the Working Families Party’s communication director, Joe Dinkin, over accusations that President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch, is a white supremacist, during an interview on Monday night.
Carlson asked Dinkin about a letter his group sent around to senators which claims Judge Neil Gorsuch “has an extreme ideological agenda supported by some of the most dangerous ultraconservative and white nationalist groups,” and what exactly they meant by this.
Dinkin attempted to dodge the question by claiming that Gorsuch has sided against working-class Americans in every decision that he has made.
“Back up here,” Carlson interjected. “You’re trying to tar him with the brush of white supremacy, and my question is, on the basis of what evidence did you say that?”
“Trump has this Muslim ban he keeps intending to trying to pass, it has been swatted down by judges twice,” Dinkin responded, “and I haven’t heard Gorsuch forcefully denounce a Muslim ban.”
At this point, Carlson erupted into laughter before responding: “So because Gorsuch hasn’t come out during the nomination process – I think is what you are saying – during his own nomination process and attacked Trump’s travel ban, you call him a white supremacist? That’s so unfair, it’s hard to believe you’re actually saying that.”
Dinkin responded by saying, “it’s one of the core questions of public policy right now.”
Carlson pointed out that this was the first of four days that have been scheduled for Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings, and also stated that “a Supreme Court justice’s job is not to formulate public policy, it’s to interpret the Constitution.”
“[Gorsuch] has fallen way short of the standard,” Dinkin started to interject.
Even high school students are beginning to wake up to the fact that CNN and other liberal networks are nothing more than fake news. Watch as a car full of teens outside of a Rockville, MD high school scream CNN is fake news, and how they did their boy Trump wrong. That school is currently facing a massive backlash after a 14-year-old student was raped by 2 illegal immigrants and the counties school board is absolutely refusing to cooperate with the Republican governor in releasing information about the illegal immigrant students.
Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, who served in the Obama administration, said Wednesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that President Donald Trump has the "potential to be a great president."
BBC reporter and "Morning Joe" panelist Katty Kay asked Johnson what he thinks about Trump and his administration's handling of national security issues.
"I actually believe that Donald Trump–and I told him this when I met with him in December–I actually believe that Donald Trump has the potential to be a great president in sort of the Nixon-goes-to-China way, or Reagan-goes-to-the-Soviet-Union way, if he can find a way to rein in some of the more unhealthy impulses, listen to his staff, bring on a full complement of political appointees who will help him govern," Johnson said.
Johnson also defended the Trump administration's recent emergency order that bans travelers from "carrying laptops and other large electronic devices from some countries," Politico reported.
Johnson noted that the Department of Homeland Security has "been concerned for some time now" about explosives in electronic devices. He mentioned that the United Kingdom is implementing a similar ban, calling the British "good company."
Obama's former DHS chief also criticized Trump for his frequent tweeting, calling it one of the president's "unhealthy impulses."
"I'm very concerned about the tweets and very concerned about the direction we're taking in a lot of national security areas," he said.
Johnson also said he is worried the government is, "when it comes to homeland security, fighting the last war."
"We may be responding to the terrorist attack of 10 years ago, as opposed to the next one," Johnson said. "I used to tell my people, ‘Don't respond to the last terrorist attack, prepare for the next one,' and given where we are right now with the current threat environment, we need to focus on home-grown, home-born violent extremism."
Jon Ossoff, a Democratic congressional candidate in Georgia's sixth district, said Sunday there is "no substitute" for public education despite never attending an American public school.
The NTK Network captured a video of Ossoff talking to canvassers and phone bankers outside one of his campaign offices.
"Schools and education is a very interesting issue in this area," Ossoff said. "What I've been saying is public schools always come first. There's no substitute for public schools."
Ossoff never attended public school in the United States, however, and his only public education experience was receiving his master's degree in London, the NTK Network reported.
Ossoff attended the Paideia School, a private high school in Atlanta, GA, The tuition for Paideia School during the 2004-2005 school year was $14,355 for grades 9-11 and $14,505 for grade 12.
From there, Ossoff went on to attended Georgetown University which CNN ranked in 2009 as the second most expensive college in America, costing an estimated $52,161 a year. Ossoff was a senior at Georgetown in 2009.
Then he went on to London, England where Ossoff received his first taste of public education at 23 years of age. Per his website, Ossoff never attended an American public school.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) tried to start a "protect our care" chant on Wednesday at a rally supporting Obamacare, but it petered out rather quickly.
Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke before Pelosi tried her chant.
"And by the way, I think he's the best governor in the United States of America," Biden said. "Anyway–"
As Biden left the podium, the crowd started to chant his name on its own. Biden started shaking hands with other people in the crowd.
Pelosi then tried to force a chant from the crowd.
"Protect our care!" she chanted into the microphone.
After the first three "protect out care" chants, the crowd got audibly softer and less engaged.
Pelosi then spoke into the microphone to thank Biden for speaking, ultimately ending the chant.
Between Election Day and the Inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump and his team were caught up in “incidental surveillance” that was unrelated to Russia, House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-California) has said.
Nunes was given “dozens of reports” that made “no mention of Russia,” he told reporters Wednesday.
“This information was legally brought to me by sources who thought we should know it.”
The information was collected as part of a routine investigation, and is considered “incidental surveillance,” Nunes said. The “normal, formal surveillance” provided “significant information” about Trump and his team during the transition period.
AT least two people including a cop have died and numerous others are “catastrophically” injured after a 4×4 mowed down a dozen pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before a knifeman stormed Parliament and stabbed the officer.
The attacker, who was wielding knives, was shot by police after launching the terror attack in the capital this afternoon. He is now in police custody.
MP Tobias Ellwood who gave the police officer mouth-to-mouth, has said he died at the scene.
Me Ellwood's brother was killed in the Bali bombings in 2002.
Pictures of a man believed to be a suspect have emerged and show a blade lying on the cobbled street next to him - as it is reported police are hunting a second suspect.
The BBC has reported that a "bald white man" may have also been in the car and could now be hiding out in Parliament with cops searching buildings room by room.
One suspect was shot by police after stabbing a cop, with three officers injured in the attack.
Paramedics were seen tending to the suspect as armed cops trained their rifles on his stripped body outside Parliament.
Other dramatic pictures show the bloodied bodies of victims littering Westminster bridge as heroic bystanders desperately try to save the lives of those "catastrophically" injured.
One woman has died after being flung under a bus on Westminster Bridge as the 4x4 ploughed through the crowds.
Another person was thrown into the River Thames and is currently being treated by paramedics with serious injuries.
Earlier reports suggested sounds of an explosion were heard but this has not been confirmed.
Concerned Grandmother: “Now I uh changed my position. I was against money..I thought the public schools should get all the dollars…now I’m thinking maybe people should be able to take their money and go to school wherever they want because this changed my mind about a lot of my attitudes… …you know as a former bleeding heart liberal…um yeah so I feel differently now”
A mother who fell pregnant by the Rotherham sex gang ringleader when she was a teenager has spoken out for the first time about her abuse at the hands of the 'controlling' paedophile.
Sammy Woodhouse was just 14 when she was targeted and groomed by notorious paedophile Arshid Hussain, an ordeal that would change the rest of her life.
The attacker - known as Mad Ash - preyed on the teenager after meeting her at a party in the late 1990s and started waiting for her outside school.
Soon, the then 24-year-old - who was married - was treating her as his girlfriend and having sex with her, despite knowing her age and being a decade older.
Ms Woodhouse - who previously talked about her experience under the false name Jessica - has now waived her right to anonymity to reveal her ordeal.
The 31-year-old wants action taken against the professionals who failed to protect her while she was exploited.
Arshid and his brothers were the most notorious perpetrators of terrible abuse against teenage girls in Rotherham.
For the past eight years leftist Democrats have refused to link Islam with terrorism and proved quick to blame mental and emotional issues, as in the Omar Mateen case. In similar style, medical authorities disregard Islam as a possible motivator in cases of sexual misconduct by male physicians. Consider the case of Dr. Syed K. Zaidi, 41, of Granite Bay, California, a wealthy community near the state capital of Sacramento.
Syed Zaidi is a 1999 graduate of Dow Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan, where he first served as primary care physician. In 2003 he entered a two-year residency in internal medicine at Columbia University, followed by one year in geriatrics at New Jersey Shore University Medical Center. Zaidi gained a one-year fellowship at Ohio State then in 2008 moved to northern California where he practiced with the UC Davis Medical Group.
There Dr. Zaidi was the subject of many complaints and he also drew bad reviews on internet forums. “Avoid at all costs,” one patient commented. “He doesn’t care about patients, because he doesn’t care about the patients’ families.” Dr. Zaidi does not talk to reporters, and his neighbors are reluctant to speak publicly about him.
In September of 2011 Dr. Syed Zaidi was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on a spouse. His wife, Dr. Fatima Jafri, told police that in 2007 Syed broke three of her ribs and refused to let her get care unless she promised not to attribute the injury to him.
Dr. Jafri, also a Dow alum, provided evidence of repeated spousal abuse over period of years. Dr. Jafri declined to testify against Dr. Zaidi and the charges were dismissed.
His misconduct involved three women, but it was not three strikes and out for the Pakistani immigrant.
The California Medical Board did not lift his license and settled instead for five years probation. Some locals thought the board might have feared a lawsuit. Dr. Zaidi had claimed a female supervisor told him, “If you don’t like it, go back to where you came from.” So he had been mistreated, as one story had it, because of his “ethnicity.”
The Rockville High School rape case is wreaking havoc on Univision's preferred liberal policy narrative on immigration. PABLO GATO, CORRESPONDENT, UNIVISION: If this had occurred now, with President Trump’s new executive order, what would the situation be? JOSEPH MALOUF, IMMIGRATION LAWYER: It would be different, because they would have arrested Mr. Sanchez and they would have detained him, and eventually he would have been deported. He wouldn’t have been able to enter the area and obviously commit this crime.